15:00 Circuit with the Competition Kettlebells

Nothing too crazy here. Just a solid 15:00 session before supper. I took out the 16, 24, and 32 kg competition bells (as that’s about all I have left after lending the rest out to teammates haha) and did clean and presses and loaded carries. First, I hit the double kettlebell clean and presses. I […]

Double Kettlebell Press/Front Squat Work Capacity Complex

Looking for a quick kettlebell workout you can do to improve your work capacity? Give this complex a shot: Double Kettlebell Press x 10 Double Kettlebell Front Squat x 10 Double Kettlebell Press x 5 Double Kettlebell Front Squat x 5 Double Kettlebell Press x 3 Double Kettlebell Front Squat x 3 Double Kettlebell Press […]

Kettlebell Conditioning Complex – 8 Cleans/5 Squats/3 Presses

This one’s quick and simple, but not easy. This Kettlebell Complex consists of cleans, squats, and presses. You need just one kettlebell to do it. Start by doing 8 cleans with your left arm, then go right into 5 one-arm front squats and 3 presses with your left. Swing-switch to your right hand and do […]

Two Ways to Improve Your Kettlebell Press, So You Can Lift a Heavier Weight Overhead

Lifting a heavy weight overhead may be the most exciting and satisfying thing we can do in the gym. There’s no feeling quite like that of having heaved a huge chunk of iron up above your head, but it takes a lot of work and dedication. Here are two quick tips to help you press […]

Fix Your Kettlebell Rack Position to Press Heavier Weights

The rack position is one of the most important positions in the kettlebell world. Not only do we finish our cleans in the rack position, but we also press and front squat from here as well. It’s important we learn to do it properly. The most common issue with the rack is that we clean […]

Don’t Destroy Your Wrists. Do This Instead. (How to keep your wrist from bending with kettlebells)

There’s no crying in baseball. And, as Pavel put it, there are no wrists in kettlebells. Never should your wrist bend with a kettlebell in your hand. It’s too hard on your wrist, plus, you lose power. A double whammy! Grab the kettlebell a little differently and stay strong and safe.